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Evan gave a rating of 4/5 on 6/29/2010

great bike rack. easy to use, don't have to take front weel off. holds any of my 4 bikes ranging from my down hill bike to my road bike. only small problem i have with mine is that the red release button pops out and i have to pop it back in once in a while. does not do it often but it has done it a couple times. if it wasn't for that this would get a 5 instead of a 4.

 

 

Blindside gave a rating of 4/5 on 6/24/2010

I have 2, 1 of them is great and the red button works like it should. the other one I have to loosen the arm down until I can hit the release button and lift it by hand to fall past the catch point, making it useless on that particular unit.

 

 
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Alejandro gave a rating of 5/5 on 3/11/2010

What a great rack! I've been using a hitch rack since I started cycling in 1991. I prefer it over the clutter I was used to. Not to mention how wicked easy it is to use! It wasn't cheap (I bought two) but the quality is impressive. I believe it is a very worthwhile investment. The SKS locking system is a must with these babies. The whole setup looks awesome! People will be sweating your rack! Awesome and quick service. Thanks Rack Attack!

 

 

Greying_Geezer gave a rating of 5/5 on 12/28/2008

No problem with red release button as dasnowman experiences. Not removing and replacing the front wheel is a big bonus. Gave one of my HighRollers to my daughter who has a 2-dr Accent so the tray cantilevers significantly off the back crossarm. Note the weight (>21 lb) compared to the King Cobra (>12 lb), which gives the rigidity for the cantilever but may be unnecessary for normal installations.

 

 
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dasnowman gave a rating of 4/5 on 9/26/2008

I would have rated 5/5 but found the red button to release the bike useless. But other than this it is a great rack and can carry my 45 lbs downhill bikes with no problems, it even carries my bmx and cyclo cross too. I have the Thule side arm and the high roller is a breeze to take on and off in comparison.